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The film follows the story of Jay; an isolated and lost character, leaving home in search of her estranged father and notorious local debt collector, Shane. In an attempt to grow closer to and reconnect with her father Jay enters the local boxing gym scene.
Johnny worked with an all AUB student and alumni team to produce the film as he was keen to make use of the resources available and encourage collaboration within AUB.
Located in Bournemouth, Outpost VFX designs and creates innovative visual effects for the film, broadcast and advertising industries.
The Sea is a haunting yarn set in the wilds of the Western Isles. Beautiful music, grotesque puppetry, mask theatre, poetic verse and evocative soundscapes interact to create an eerie lament of love, brutality and loss.
Lauren's work addresses sociological issues and is predominantly concerned with the human condition. She has exhibited work at The New York Photo Festival, The AOP Gallery, The Guardian and...
Daniel Rynne was awarded the Debenhams Menswear Award, as well as First Runner Up in the George Catwalk to Store Award, for his collection inspired by The Great Depression.
40 members of the staff and student community at AUB are the subject of watercolour portraits in TheGallery’s latest exhibition, painted by Visiting Professor Lei Yongbin from the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute in Chong Qing, China.
Entitled Swimming Upstream: Cultures of Watercolour, the exhibition will be held in the University’s state-of-the-art CRAB Drawing Studio, which was designed by Professor Sir Peter Cook RA and opened by the late Dame Zaha Hadid in 2016.
AUB would like to welcome friends and family of the University community onto campus on Saturday 10th June 2017 to see our Summer Shows.
Whilst most of the students have disappeared to enjoy some well-earned rest and sunshine after completing their final projects, the campus is in full swing preparation for our Summer Shows.
Next week our campus transforms into the biggest gallery in the South West as our graduating students exhibit their final project work in the Summer Shows exhibitions.
MA Commercial Photography student Luke Archer wins award for the Magenta Flash Award; Emerging Photographers Competition, alongside other artists
Luke’s work that made the shortlist was a series documenting the Magnificent Seven cemeteries in London.
The Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards received an overwhelming amount of entries, selecting 20 winning artists. MA Commercial Photography student Dorine Bessiere was one of the 20, for her ‘Cheeses’ still life images.
Dorine’s work is a series composing of six images, within each picture the colours used have been carefully chosen to match the others and each photo mirrors the same elements as a sign of continuity.
The second year students, Leah Darrington, Kyle Mercer and Fin McRuvie, will work on Michael Bay’s Transformers 5.